HPD(Honda Performance Development) Wheels

  1. hal9000

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    #1 hal9000, Mar 15, 2016
    Last edited: Apr 8, 2016
    18x7.5 45 Offset
    215/45-18 Continental DWS06
    40.7lbs(stock 48.2lbs). Wheel and tire.

    Sorry, was running out of light. Will try getting some pics in daylight soon.

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    Your rear wheels look tilted?
     
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    i just got those tires installed the other week. did you notice that they are a bit loud?
     
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    Love the rims, looks good with the white. Unfortunately I bought a modern steel, so the grey rims just wouldn't look right imo. My rim search continues....
     
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    I just ordered these same wheels for my Touring. How do you like them and have you experienced any fitment issues?
     
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    #6 hal9000, Apr 2, 2016
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    Just a funny angle.

    Mine are a different size and aren't any louder than the Firestones. To be fair I spent a lot of time in mosh pits during the 80's/90's so my hearing is questionable.

    Really like them! Not sure which tires you'll go with but the ride has actually improved over the stock 17's w/Firestones. No fitment issues and you'll be able to use your stock lugs. Two things you'll notice. They look much better in person(hard to photograph) and they change color depending on lighting. In bright light they can look almost black and in shade they're more silver/gunmetal. Still waiting for a sunny day to take a few pictures. Look forward to seeing yours once they're mounted.

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    Thanks,I will definitely post some pics once I mount them. I'm looking at the same setup with DWS06 tires since the reviews on those are very good. I figure I'll then add XIce3s on the OE wheels and be done.
     
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    Good pick, I like them. Looks good on your car with the color in my opinion
     
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    These are the CRZ HPD optionals right? I'm hoping Honda releases 10th gen Civic HPDs soon!
     
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    Ooo these I like.
     
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    Yeah for the supercharged CRZ. They're made to fit over the HPD CRZ 300mm big brake kit. Stock Civic is 282mm I think. Regardless there's plenty of clearance.

    Not sure they'll do another HPD wheel. They already have one Civic accessory wheel and it seems they prefer to put out the HFP stuff instead. I liked some of the HFPs but they're heavy. The 19" Accord HFPs are boat anchors at ~30-31lbs.Would be cool though to have more HPD stuff for the X.

     
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    I thought they just dropped the HFP name for the HPD name was all. I'm just hoping that a new Honda 18" wheel comes out for the X line.. I loved the previous 9th gen Diamond cut 18s..
     
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    #13 Dew2Far, Apr 7, 2016
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    Mine went on today. Love them. Went with Pirelli PZero All Season Plus tires in 215/45-18. The ride is very stable and comfortable. Good improvement over stock. Fit is perfect and no clearance issues whatsoever.

    Credit to College Hills Honda for quick shipment. The wheels were well-packaged and arrived just as promised. Tires from Tire Rack.
     
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    #14 Dew2Far, Apr 7, 2016
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    Most importantly, thanks to hal9000 for the idea!
     
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    Our cars have rear negative camber to help with stability and cornering. Most newer Hondas have it. I've had Hondas be -1.5 degrees and be in factory spec
     
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